Heythrop Park Resort Wedding Venue
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Built in the 18th century, Heythrop Park Resort is a hidden gem, steeped in history. The gardens and grounds of the estate have been magnificently maintained in keeping with the listed status, and set the perfect venue for those memorable photographs of your Wedding Day.
At Heythrop Park Resort we understand that your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. We offer a tailor made service to ensure that it is everything you ever dreamed of. Whether you are planning an intimate family gathering or an elegant evening reception, we will pay attention to the smallest details allowing you to relax and enjoy the day.
Weddings take place within the main Manor House, which has retained many beautiful period features. Enjoy your drinks reception on our sunny rear terrace with stunning views over our grounds, or within the splendour of our galleried main hall. Our terrace restaurant, with its extensive garden views, is the perfect setting for your wedding reception with space for up to 200 guests.
With accommodation for over 250 guests, and state-of-the-art leisure facilities including our Championship-Standard 18 hole golf course and stunning spa and leisure club, Heythrop Park Resort provides the perfect “weekend away” setting for you to host your wedding in comfort and style!
Wedding Venue Overview and Facilities
Total No. of bedrooms—154
No. of function rooms—7
Civil Partnership ceremony—Yes
Additional facilities—extensive private grounds, state of the art leisure facilities and an 18 hole championship golf course
Guestroom Accommodation Facilities
Heythrop Park Resort
Heythrop Park Resort combines the 18th century elegance of Heythrop Park Hotel with the 21st century style of the new Crowne Plaza Hotel, all set in 440 acres of stunning Oxfordshire countryside.
Whether you are looking for a fairytale wedding in a traditional country manor or a contemporary celebration in modern surroundings, we can provide the perfect venue for your special day.
Heythrop Park Hotel
Built in the 18th century, this traditional venue is steeped in history. Charles Talbot, the 12th Earl of Shrewsbury commissioned the architect Thomas Archer to create a magnificent house incorporating all the Roman influences. The gardens and grounds of the estate have been well maintained in keeping with the listed status, and provide the perfect backdrop to your big day.
Crowne Plaza Hotel
If you are looking for something different with a more contemporary feel, our new Crowne Plaza hotel is for you. This 4 star deluxe venue is set within the 440 acres of Heythrop Park Resort but is a totally different wedding offering. The hotel has been designed with a cosmopolitan feel using vibrant colours, stylish furnishings and a stunning Moroccan style central courtyard.
Wedding Breakfast and Reception Guest Capacities
Dining table—Up to 200
Buffet style—Up to 200
Wedding season availability
All year round
Directions by Road
From the M40 Northbound:
Leave the motorway at Junction 8 (signposted Oxford) and join the A40. Continue along this dual carriageway and at the first roundabout take the third exit and continue North along the A40. Continue straight across the next roundabout and at the next roundabout turn right onto the A44 (signposted Woodstock, Evesham). Continue along this road, ( passing under the A34 and through Woodstock) for approximately 12 miles to the village of Enstone. After passing a petrol station on the left continue through the village for 1/2 mile. At the bottom of the hill turn right at the Harrow Public House into “The Drive” to the crossroads and the entrance to Heythrop Park will be seen immediately facing you.
From the M40 Southbound:
Leave the motorway at Junction 11 (signposted Banbury) and continue towards Banbury. After crossing over the next two roundabouts at the third roundabout take the first exit left onto the A361 to Chipping Norton. Continue through a series of traffic lights and straight across the next roundabout (Banbury Cross). After a short distance turn right at the traffic lights (signposted A361 Bloxham) and continue along the A361, passing through the villages of Bloxham and South Newington, for approximately 11 miles.
Do not take the first road signposted to Heythrop Park but continue to the roundabout (next to the Little Chef ) take the first exit onto the A3400 (signposted Enstone, Woodstock (A44). Continue along this road (which after 1 mile becomes the A44) for 4 miles to the village of Enstone fork left onto the B4030. Continue along this road for about 250 yards and the entrance to Heythrop Park will be seen set back off the road on the left hand side.
Approximate Drive Times
Warwick to Heythrop 55 mins
Stratford-Upon-Avon to Heythrop 50 mins
Coventry to Heythrop 1hr 10 mins
Worcester to Heythrop 1hr 7 mins
Northampton to Heythrop 1hr 12 mins
Birmingham to Heythrop 1hr 30 mins
Oxford to Heythrop 30 mins
Wedding Late Dates
This venue is currently updating its "Late Availability Dates". If you have a specific date for your wedding in mind, please contact this venue via the link below.
A date for the next wedding fayre or open day at this venue is currently being confirmed; please visit this page again for wedding fayre and open day updates.